Archive for August 17th, 2012
During our 2012 conference, many of you shared with us that you proudly wear your Alliance ‘End Homelessness’ t-shirts on the job, while you volunteer, and have even given them as gifts and prizes to colleagues and family. We’ve sold over 700 shirts over the last year, and we’re proud that so many of you are spreading the message that we can and must end homelessness. Now we want to see where you are wearing your shirt. So send us a picture!
How does it work?
All you have to do is grab your phone or camera and take a photo of yourself in your shirt wherever you are working to end homelessness (workplace, state capitol, new housing location, etc.) and then share it with us directly via social media or email.
Sharing your photos is easy!
Facebook: Search “National Alliance to End Homelessness” into Facebook’s search-bar, and simply post it to our Wall. Don’t forget to tag yourself and ‘Like’ our page too.
Don’t forget to tell us how YOU are helping to end homelessness in the post! Maybe you are helping re-house a Veteran or family, meeting with your Continuum of Care, or educating you elected officials. Maybe you just have an awesome advocacy team and want to tell us how passionate you all are. Tell us and let us share your efforts! We will re-tweet, repost and may feature the photos on the Alliance blog as well as a Facebook gallery.
Need another End Homelessness T-shirt?
If you don’t have an End Homelessness T-shirt, or just want a new one to share, you can order them through our website. A t-shirt costs $20 plus shipping and you have two alluring colors to choose from: Navy blue and Maroon.
In the future, we may use photos and responses in media and messaging, so sharing your photo with us will help us spread our message that ending homelessness is possible!
Disclaimer: By submitting a photo, submitter grants an irrevocable, non-exclusive worldwide royalty-free license to the National Alliance to End Homelessness to use the photograph for any purposes. This license grant includes permission for the National Alliance to End Homelessness to grant third parties the right to use the photograph.